Unmatched: Robin Hood vs Bigfoot (Iello Edition)

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Description

Iello Edition 2021

In battle, there are no equals.

Unmatched is a highly asymmetrical miniature fighting game for two or four players. (Note that this set is solely for two players, but it can be combined with other sets, which all serve up to four players.) Each hero is represented by a unique deck designed to evoke their style and legend. Tactical movement and no-luck combat resolution create a unique play experience that rewards expertise, but just when you’ve mastered one set, new heroes arrive to provide all new match-ups.

Unmatched Robin Hood vs Bigfoot features the titular heroes. Robin Hood and his outlaws excel at ranged attacks and robbing from their opponents. Bigfoot and his pal, the Jackalope, crash through the forest for quick attacks before disappearing like a figment of the mind.

Combat is resolved quickly by comparing attack and defense cards. However, each card’s unique effects and a simple but deep timing system lead to interesting decisions each time. The game also features an updated version of the line-of-sight system from Tannhauser for ranged attacks and area effects.

Unmatched Robin Hood vs Bigfoot includes a double-sided board with two different battlefields, pre-washed miniatures for each hero, and custom life trackers that’s brought to life with the stunning artwork of Oliver Barrett and the combined design teams of Restoration Games and Mondo Games.

Unmatched Robin Hood vs Bigfoot is a standalone game for two players, which can also use as an expansion for the Unmatched main set

Game Details
NameUnmatched: Robin Hood vs. Bigfoot (2019)
ComplexityMedium Light [2.00]
BGG Rank694 [8.16]
Player Count2

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1 review for Unmatched: Robin Hood vs Bigfoot (Iello Edition)

  1. Geoff Byers

    This may be the best single 2P box for an introduction to Unmatched. Robin Hood is a ranged fighter, Bigfoot is a melee fighter, and their styles are so different you get plenty of mileage out of swapping characters. The differences in how they play is considerable, but they are straightforward to learn, which makes it an easy way to get into Unmatched.

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